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New NRA-PVF Website Has Been Redesigned For You

Sunday, August 8, 2004

Based on your comments and feedback, the NRA- Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) has redesigned its website, www.nrapvf.org, to make it more user friendly and to provide you with the critical information you`ll need to make informed decisions on Election Day, November 2. Included on the site will be news stories, articles from NRA`s magazines, NRA-PVF press releases, polling information, and everything else needed to make this your year-round election headquarters.

News stories will be updated regularly, keeping you informed with the latest campaign and election news. The NRA-PVF site will help you make a difference with the "Write Your Representatives" and "EVC Locator" options. And, in an effort to make sure your voice is heard on Election Day, NRA-PVF has included a voter registration section and an absentee voting information center. Later, you`ll see candidate grades and endorsements with hyperlinks to campaigns NRA-PVF is supporting.

If you`re already an NRA member, you will be able to visit the special "NRA Members Only" section with features exclusive to you. Simply log in with your NRA member number (the number is printed on your membership card and on the cover of your magazine). Once in, members will have special access to NRA-PVF screen savers and wallpaper, a convenient display of the candidate grades for your lawmakers, and a brand new "Build Your Own ePrecinct" section.

The 2004 elections are just months away, and you`ll be deciding thousands of state legislative races, 435 U.S. House races, 34 U.S. Senate races, 11 Governors` races, and the Presidential race. NRA-PVF needs your help now more than ever. Please go to www.nrapvf.org to get everything you need to Vote Freedom First. And while you`re there, don`t forget to order a yard sign to show your support for America`s first freedom and NRA.

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Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.